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Prevalencia de caries dental asociada a tabaquismo en una población de universitarios

@inproceedings{Cardoso2017PrevalenciaDC,
  title={Prevalencia de caries dental asociada a tabaquismo en una poblaci{\'o}n de universitarios},
  author={Dolores De la Cruz Cardoso and Geraldo Castillo Rojano and Armando Cervantes Sandoval},
  year={2017}
}
Diversos estudios han asociado un mayor riesgo de desarrollar caries dental al consumo de tabaco. No obstante, la relacion entre el consumo de tabaco y la caries dental permanece poco investigada. Conforme a la Encuesta de Tabaquismo en Jovenes en Mexico, este habito representa un grave problema de salud publica. Asimismo, se ha senalado al grupo de adultos jovenes de 18 a 25 anos, como la franja etaria que muestra la tendencia mas acentuada de crecimiento de adiccion al tabaco en ambos sexos… 
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